Man Sued By Parents For Refusing To Move Out Of Home
These parents in the US were so fed up with their son lazing around their house and not helping out that they decided to take action. By taking him to court to try and get him to move out.
And that is exactly what he has been told to do by New York State Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood who told the court that this son’s behaviour was unacceptable.
“I want you out of the household,” said the judge during the hearing.
A lawsuit filed earlier this month in Onondaga County Supreme Court saw Mark and Christina Rotondo revealing that they wanted their son Michael to be forced out of their home, claiming that he refused to help out around their house in any way.
“Michael, after a discussion with your mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately,” read documents from back in February. “You have 14 days to vacate. You will not be allowed to return. e will take whatever actions are necessary to enforce this decision.”
Further court documents have revealed that Michael did not make any attempt to move out and that he was threatened with further legal action if he didn’t comply. Michael was urged to get a job and was even offered $1000 to help him find a place to stay.
The 30-year-old represented himself in court during the eviction court proceeding yesterday and said that he needed time to gather the means to support himself.
“The practitioner is required to serve a six month notice to quit onto me to seek the removal of myself from the premises,” he said.
Michael is said to have moved back home over eight-years ago after he lost his job but he is not on great terms with his parents and no longer speaks to them.
Mark and Christina didn’t comment during the court ruling but Michael has said that he will be appealing the Judge’s “ridiculous” decision.
“I’m not sure exactly how it seems to me I should be provided 30 days or so,”he said. “I plan to appeal it.”